Located inside the Community Center, the Senior Center offers many programs and classes designed to meet the desires of an active older population. The Senior Center offers a wide range of social opportunities for all interests:
Join us for an Age-Friendly Open House at the Community Center on Thursday, September 20th from 2:30 p.m - 4:00 p.m. Check out the Age Friendly Flyer for more information.
- Monthly luncheons or dinners with entertainment
- Card/board games
Class offerings include:
- Computer education
- Aerobics and swim fitness
- Oil painting and watercolor
- Literature and writing
- Crafts and quilting
- Book discussion groups on current world events
Stop in sometime for a visit. Directions to the Community Center
Senior Program Info
- Parks & Recreation Brochure (.PDF)
- Fifty-Five Forward Newsletter (.PDF)
- Senior Scene Quarterly Newsletter (.PDF)
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Additional Programming and Resources
Computer Learning Center
Established in 1999, the Computer Learning Center offers a variety of computer classes for the beginner to advanced.
Playing inside? Check for dates/times at these locations:
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Senior Center Rental
The Senior Center has seating for up to 80 people for a meeting or special event.
Players in the Groove
Read more about seniors who perform one act plays.
Although it's located in Rogers, CROSS Services provides resources to Maple Grove residents including food shelf, clothes closet, and more. It also coordinates the Meals on Wheels Program serving those in Maple Grove, Osseo, Rogers, Dayton, Hanover and Corcoran.
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